Join Jeff Toister for an in-depth discussion in this video Incorporating the 70-20-10 rule into learning design, part of Instructional Design Essentials: Adult Learners.
…If you had to guess, when does most adult learning occur?…Is it through formal training courses like this one, or…does it come from the employee's manager?…A 2009 study by the American Society for Training and Development revealed that…most learning occurs informally through an employee's own experiences.…The study also described the untapped potential of planning for…formal learning as part of the overall instructional design process.…The 70-20-10 rule is a popular model that can help you account for…informal learning in the training programs you design.…
It provides rough estimates for…the percentage of learning that occurs from each source.…Seventy percent of learning occurs informally from an employee's own…experiences, 20% of learning occurs through coaching and direction from…the employee's manager, and only 10% of learning occurs through formal training.…It's important to keep in mind that the 70-20-10 rule may be a bit of a misnomer.…It's not really an absolute rule of adult learning, but rather, a helpful guide for…
- Adult learning theory
- Understanding the four stages of learning
- Comparing active vs. passive learning
- Overcoming learning barriers
- Turning theory into practice